Category: health

Willingly Isolated

Day 12 of being in the house and practicing proper social distancing. Day 8 of full isolation due to symptoms. Day 5 of UK lockdown. I got really emotional this morning. No idea why. I have so much to do, so many tasks to… Continue Reading “Willingly Isolated”

Writing for Change

Covid-19 U.K. lockdown day 4, self isolation day 7, social distancing day 11; I think. Starting to lose track now! This blog post is slightly self-indulgent, but I think we all deserve a little self-indulgence from time to time! I’ve been going through my… Continue Reading “Writing for Change”

Online Moot Today!

Break up the boredom with our Online Moot which is all about trees. The Pagan Federation hosts this two hour event for the Spring Equinox which you can dip in and out of. Hear some great music, take part in discussions, and wind down… Continue Reading “Online Moot Today!”

Merry Spring Equinox!

Blessings of Alban Eilir, the Light of the Earth. Praise the new shoots bursting up through the ground, may we have their resilience to push on through. Please come join us this weekend for the Pagan Federation Spring Equinox Online Moot which is all… Continue Reading “Merry Spring Equinox!”

Online Support for You

At the Pagan Federation we’ve been talking about what sorts of content we should be putting online for our communities, to help them out when they’re in isolation and unable to leave their homes. We already do online moots and festivals, in fact, do… Continue Reading “Online Support for You”

Spring Equinox Online Moot

Anyone who is excited for the spring equinox and who loves trees, come along to our online moot next week! With crowds and gatherings not being a great idea right now, the Pagan Federation have decided to help you celebrate the Spring Equinox from… Continue Reading “Spring Equinox Online Moot”

Autumn Equinox and the GLAD Study

The autumn equinox is a time for pause and reflection. It’s that moment of balance; darkness is about to take over, and before too long, the nights will noticeably outweigh the days. It’s a time to take stock, just as traditionally, the equinox would… Continue Reading “Autumn Equinox and the GLAD Study”

Friday Feeling

Things that made me happy this week so far (my attempt at telling depression to bugger right off). CHaOS science day at Oakwell Hall. Lots of experiments for the kids to try out. Baby ran amok across the grounds and we saw newts, rats,… Continue Reading “Friday Feeling”

You Can.

Self doubt can be a crippling thing and believe me when I say I understand that not everything is achievable, whether that’s due to energy levels, mental health, or other obstacles. But don’t ever let anyone tell you what your story has to be.… Continue Reading “You Can.”

NaPoWriMo Day 15: Old Creaker

Creaking like a ship at sea Sails rattling and flapping Snapping in a stiff Ocean breeze Salt in the wounds Groaning, moaning, Straining to rise Rise above the decks Like a looming wave; I only trickle gently Towards the final shore.